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java applet viewer

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Does anybody know any Delphi component that can
load and run java applet on a Delphi-made application.
Eventually I would also grab the display on the applet into
jpg or bmp.
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use the TWebBrowser component but the Java Applet has to be embedded in a html
check out the "CoolStuff" sample application that comes with Delphi
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